Strange goings on at the Butchers...

Started by: xrh59 (inactive)

Been to the butchers today,and he reckons
that he has made love to all the women in
the street,exept for one.So when i got home i told the wife,and she said that'll
be Mrs misery guts from across the road. I didn't fancy me sausages for tea after.

Started: 28th Apr 2007 at 21:04

Posted by: madamehmurray (6265) 

lol very funny! I wouldn't either. How grss. I just got my hubby couldn't handle anyone else.

Replied: 28th Apr 2007 at 21:07

Posted by: keno (2840) 

WE all must have same butcher,he makes a nice large sausage.And they are free to special customers.

Replied: 29th Apr 2007 at 01:07
Last edited by keno: 29th Apr 2007 at 01:21:35

Posted by: keno (2840) 

XrH59,the story about love reminds me of when I was on my way out here to settle.
I was talking to a bloke about the negatives and positives about Australia.
He said Ausse his a good country,you can make love everyday If you want to.I said who told you that,he said my Sister she came out here 6 months ago.

Replied: 29th Apr 2007 at 05:01

Posted by: dave marsh (inactive)

I remember in the early fifties the butcher in our street was the only one who owned a car!

Replied: 29th Apr 2007 at 07:35

Posted by: billy (26053) 

butchers..milkmen..window hawkers(roy)club chap..parch pea fella..the list is endles. what happened to trust.??

Replied: 29th Apr 2007 at 10:56

Posted by: aussie roy (2574) 

Billy how could you make such a suggestion,I shall endeavour to forgive your lack of sensitivity.
Actually thirty odd years ago I was a door to door salesman,or to give it the correct title,a Home Service Representative,looking after some 600 accounts per fortnight of customers who bought goods on credit,I think its called a Tally man in UK. One day as I was doing my rounds the husband of one my customers,a big truck driver,was attending to his vehicle when I arrived at his place.He said to me with a "nudge,nudge,wink,wink",that it must be a good job I had,what with all these young housewives I called on,more "nudge,nudge,wink,wink",so I told him it didn't happen that way.He persisted so I said "Listen Max,your wife is one of my customers,and you are not always here".With that he stuttered and blustered saying his wife wasn't like that,to which I said that goes for me too because I had a job to do,and as far as I was aware the rest of my customers were the same.

Replied: 30th Apr 2007 at 07:29

Posted by: billy (26053) 

roy....ya cant fool me boy.
i reckon you could sell staircarpets to bungalow dwellers.gab dosent always work mate, in fact, it rings the old alarm this guys a phoney. =

Replied: 30th Apr 2007 at 09:03

Posted by: aussie roy (2574) 

Once again you are alluding to something that is absolutely false.In all my forty four years of marriage I have never,I repeat NEVER,been unfaithful to my wife,tempted on occasions but I have always resisted. Besides,in the little story I told,I had too much to lose and too many loved ones depending on me to compromise myself in that manner,even atheists have moral principles.

Replied: 30th Apr 2007 at 11:21

Posted by: levi1962 (3577) 

the more u deny it roy the bigger the hole ur gonna dig for urselve

Replied: 30th Apr 2007 at 14:46

Posted by: dark horse (295) 

Whatever job anyone does has nothing to do with unfaithfulness. Even if you have a greater opportunity to be unfaithful dont mean you will be. I bin married 33 years almost so I know what Roy is talking about. It isn't right to upset him either. Infidelity only happens if you want it to and only continues if you want it to, with the same person repeatedly or with a range of people as one-off's. If it happens and you are unwilling it becomes a criminal offence. As Roy has stated he has never been unfaithful despite temptations (and you can't be married long term and not look cos anyone who says the opposite is a big fat liar) but looking and being tempted don't make it so. Job has got nowt to do wi it as it is down to person not job. Even wi limited opportunity - where there is a will there is a way. Dont get wound up Roy

Replied: 30th Apr 2007 at 19:39

Posted by: ozzielass (1742) 

I'm waiting for a butcher's wife to reply

Replied: 30th Apr 2007 at 23:27

Posted by: coccium (2569) 

an old lady goes into the butchers shop and the butcher says to her" a pound a fillet" she replied a pound you dont.

Replied: 30th Apr 2007 at 23:46

Posted by: keno (2840) 

Butchers do,nt get married ,they do,nt have to.

Replied: 1st May 2007 at 01:23

Posted by: ozzielass (1742) 

Talking of butcher's did anybody used to go to the butchers in the old Wigan market who used to give you a Kit Kat? We went there on our errands for mother, probably paid thro' the nose for our meat but it didn't matter to us we got what we wanted, a chocolate Kit Kat. Yum.

Replied: 1st May 2007 at 11:49

Posted by: aussie roy (2574) 

I have had my say and if people don't believe what I say,that their business.I have always tried to give people the benefit of the doubt and only when I know for certain that someone is telling deliberate untruths will I call them liars and even then it's with reluctance. I don't recall saying that any person on this site was a liar,perhaps cast doubt on their beliefs or assertions but never said they were lying.
Yes I suppose I should taken my own and others advice and ignore personal remarks,so it looks like the stirrer has been stirred. &

Replied: 2nd May 2007 at 11:12


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